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. >> another democratic president, jimmy carter, out sharply criticizing the late senator ted kennedy, about a year after his death. carter saying americans could have had comprehensive health care coverage decades ago if kennedy had not blocked a plan that carter proposed. back then, the massachusetts senator kennedy unsuccessfully challenged carter for the 1980 democratic presidential nomination. carter then lost, of course, to ronald reagan. in an interview with "60 minutes," former president carter revisits his decades-old bitterness as part of a promotion for his latest book "white house diary." >> the fact is we would have had comprehensive health care now had it not been for ted kennedy's deliberately blocking the legislation i proposed in 1978 or '79. >> you blame teddy for the failure? >> exactly. >> health case, his issue. >> exactly. it was his fault. ted kennedy killed the bill. >> just to spite you? is that -- that's the implication. >> that's the implication. he did not want to see me have a major success in that realm of american life. >> and there's even more in the book. but
feelings about the late ted kennedy, his take on barack obama and the hostage crisis in iran that probably cost him a second term. what's changed in the 30 years since he left office? jimmy carter in his last hour-long interview with me next on "larry king live." >>> good evening, we're in new york with jimmy cart, the 13th president of the united states, the nobel prize laureate and founder of the carter center, best selling author and his new book "white house diary" an extraordinary collection. you kept the diary and now you reveal it? >> well, i thought i would wait 30 years. >> why wait? >>. >> well, it was highly personal, i thought i would never let it be published. but i saw there were issues i faced that obama has to face today and also i thought it was good to have somewhere on the historical record just the actual day by day thoughts and dreams and failures and successes and impression of other people that are still quite fresh in people's minds. so those are the main things i want wanted to point out. were you before the presy a diary keeper? >> no, i never d as a matter of fac
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president jimmy carter has harsh words for ted kennedy in an upcoming cbs 60 minutes interview. he said the former senator killed his own efforts at health care some 30 years ago. >> the fact is that we would have had sxrensive health care now had it not been for ted kennedy's deliberately blocking the legislation i proposed in 1978 or '79. >> you blame teddy for the failure. >> exactly. >> health care, his issue. >> exactly. it was his fault. ted kennedy killed the bill. >> carter said kennedy killed the bill out of spite because he didn't want carter to have a major policy success. he called the senator who died last summer irresponsible and abusive all part of his new book. you can see the full interview with the former president this sunday night on "60 minutes" at 7:00, 6:00 central. straight ahead, your friday morning weather forecast. and in sports, up and in. ooh, to the face. a frightening moment in chicago. we'll talk about it coming up. ♪ [ female announcer ] the best way to tell how great you look is in your jeans. drop a jean size in two weeks with the special k challenge
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. >> larry: revealing feelings on the late ted kennedy, his take on barack obama, and the hostage crisis in iran that probably cost him a second term. >>> what's changed in the 30 years since he left office? jimmy carter in his last hour-long interview with me next on "larry king live." good evening, we're in new york with jimmy carter. the 39th president of the united states. the nobel prize laureate and co-founder of the carter center, best selling author, and his new book, "white house diary," an extraordinary collection published by ferau, strauss, and jar awe. you kept the diary and now reveal it? >> i waited 30 years and thought i'd reveal it. >> why wait? >> it was highly personal. when i wrote it, i never thought it i would let it be published. but i reread it a few years ago, and i saw there were so many things that pertinent to today, the same thing that i faced and obama's having to face today. also, i thought it was good to have somewhere on the historical record just the actual day-by-day thoughts and dreams and idea and failures and successes, and impressions of other peopl
decades after ted kennedy challenged jimmy carter for the democratic nomination in 1980, carter says, we could have had comprehensive health care reform back in the 1970s, but kennedy wanted to deny carter any success. some wars -- some wars never end. get to that one. and let me finish tonight on the sarah palin challenge. do republicans think she's presidential, or even vice presidential material? just answer the question. please! >>> let's start with this brave new republican party, what it means for the midterms in 2012. daily beast. and richard wolff is an msnbc political analyst. take a look at something pretty pathetic now. here's mitt romney trying to talk like a tea partier at today's viewers values sumit. let's listen. >> if only he'd been, in fact, transparent and bipartisan and uniting as meged in his campaign and perhaps he could have delivered on his promise in, yes we can. instead, we know all too well that, no he didn't. >> oh, my god. richard wolff, it's so sad. >> look -- >> he's a smart guy, a business guy, probably a good family man, trying to act like someone he clea
progress and served as chief counsel to senator ted kennedy on the senate judiciary committee. i am pleased to have heifer here at this table for the first time. welcome. >> my pleasure, thank you. >> rose: great to have you here. what are you trying to say to us about education? >> well, charlie, i think this is the moment. there is a momentum that has been building over years and we've seen local school districts trying to innovate. we've heard parents' cries for help as they try to get the best education for their children. and at the same time, we realize that essentially we've been lying to our kids. we've been telling them that they can read when they can't. we've been telling them that they can do math and science when they aren't able to. we've been telling them that they are ready for colleges and for careers when they aren't. so i think that momentum has finally built to step away from those... that set of lies and to tell our children the truth to set a high standard, a college and career-ready standard and to meet that standard. >> rose: the truth is that we have not been doing
judge against the late senator ted kennedy over his administration's failure to pass health care reform. president carter was interviewed by "60 minutes" about his upcoming book and made this accusation. >> the fact is that we would have had comprehensive health care now, had it not been for ted kennedy's deliberately blocking the legislation that i proposed in '78 or '79. >> you blame teddy for the failure. >> exactly. >> health care. >> it was his fault. ted kennedy killed the bill. >> just to spite you? that's the implication. >> that's the implication. he did not want to see me have a major success in that realm of american life. >> well, senator kennedy was one of the leading advocates for health care reform during his senate career. he died before president obama's health care bill was signed into law in march. >>> conservative activists are out in force this morning in the nation's capital. the annual value voter's summit is under way bringing out some of the biggest names in the conservative movement. michele bachmann is speaking to the attendies right now as she has been for th
enacted decades ago had it not been for which politician, a, ted kennedy,cards up, please. doocy, get the wrist up. the answer is roll the tape. >> the fact is that we would have had comprehensive health care now had it not been for ted kennedy's deliberately blocking the legislation that was proposed in 1978 or 1979. >> you blame teddy for the failure? >> exactly. >> miss cleo was in touch with the departed ted kennedy that says bull. i don't have a lot of faith in miss cleo. that's what she does for a living. >> four bucks a minute. >> here's number 3. president clinton was lampooned his appetite. >> i'm manager of the store and i just want to thank you for stopping by again. >> well, thank you, kevin. you got a real american family place here. is it too late for an egg mcmuffin? >> normally we stop serving breakfast at 11:00 but for you. should i scare up some of the greasy sausage patties you like? >> read my mind! >> now, after a couple of heart attacks or i should say scares in recent years, mr. clinton has dialed it back. what did bill clinton credit for his recent good
that is actually decades old. former president jimmy carter taking aim at the late ted kennedy. carter tells "60 minutes" the massachusetts senator who you might recall challenged him for the presidential nomination killed a health care bill to deny him a political victory. >> the fact is that we would have had comprehensive health care now, had it not been for ted kennedy's deliberately blocking the legislation i proposed in 1978 or '79. >> you blame teddy for the failure. >> exactly. >> health care, his issue. >> exactly. it was his fault. ted kennedy killed the bill. >> just to spite you, is that what -- that's the implication. >> that's the implication. he did not want to see me have a major success. >> before his death last year, kennedy also talked about this rivalry. in his memoir, kennedy suggested that cartser to blame for the failed legislation and he just didn't take leadership on the issue. >>> we've been talking about her, that tea party darling christine o'donnell. she hauled in more than $1 million or just about $1 million overnight. that's nearly ten times what her democratic opp
starts calling the shots. beck scott brown in massachusetts. he's running for ted kennedy's seat, or, rather. >> it's the people's seat. >> reporter: brown wins. tea party rolls. tea party actually, lots of tea parties. tea party nation, tea party express. new american tea party. tax day tea party. tea party revolution. they hold a convention. and invite a sensation. >> god bless you, tea partiers, and god bless the usa. >> reporter: tea party loves palin. you wrote a song about her? >> yes. ♪ sarah, american woman ♪ sarah >> reporter: tea party goes big time. glenn beck takes washington. incumbents, beware. even republicans. down goes bennett, down goes murkowski, down goes castle. tea party favorites roll. table is set for november. set for a tea party. no, not this kind -- but this kind. i'm john berman for "nightline" in new york. >> history of the tea party. 220 seconds. thanks to john berman for that. when we come back, the trials and tribulations of pitch shop eddie long. first, here's what's coming up next on "jimmy kimmel live." >> jimmy: thanks, bill. tonight, jeremy re
about the hard feelings. three decades after ted kennedy challenged carter for the democratic nomination, carter said we could have had comprehensive health care reform in the 1970s, but kennedy wanted to deny carter success. >>> and then palin. answer the question, please, let's start with the brave new republican party. let's go to our analysts. here is mitt romney trying to talk like a tea partier in today's value voter's summit. >> if only he had been in fact transparent and uniting as he pledged in his campaign, then perhaps he could have delivered in his promise of yes, we can. instead we know all too well that no, he didn't. >> oh, my god. richard wolf? >> well, it's so sad. >> he is a smart guy. business guy. a good family man. trying to act like somebody he clearly is not. he is not a raging rebel against the system. >> if he has a new persona, he will be in trouble again. he has to stick to who he really is. economic issues, and that's his number one thing. >> he said he was multiple choice. you cannot keep track of this guy. what do you make -- talk about this fellow, mitt rom
after the lion of the senate, why jimmy carter is criticizing the late ted kennedy. >>> and new england quarterback tom brady has a beef with patriots fans. brady wasn't happy when he looked up into the stands sunday and saw half the seats empty in the 4th quarter. the pats play the jets next. brady said he doubts the jets fans leave their home games early.  >>> mcdonald's lashing out at a commercial that links the fast food chain to heart disease. the committee for responsible medicine shows a grieving widow weeping over the body of a man with a half eaten hamburger. mcdonald's say it's misleading and it's up to the customers to make smart food choices. >>> president jimmy carter said americans could have had healthcare a lot sooner but he said senator kennedy blocked efforts to get his efforts past. kennedy who championed healthcare reform during his senate career died last year. >>> a coffee chain does an about face. shawn yancy has that and more in your fox 5 top five. >> up first tonight starbucks had a change of heart. no. 5, the cough giant is reversing i
also criticizes several fellow democrats, including the late senator ted kennedy, over health care reform. >>> and happy birthday to italian acting legend sophia loren. she turns 76. >>> all day long you can stay on top of the very latest developments in those stories and others as they break on msnbc. and tonight be sure to watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." and finally, here's a look at what's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. details on what's next for actress lindsay lohan after she failed a court-ordered drug test. >>> and an exclusive interview with identical twin brothers who are suing the founder of facebook, claiming he stole their idea. >>> and now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today." just your first stop of the day, today, on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
democratic demand for new leadership. >> so a primary challenge like ted kennedy did to jimmy carter. that would be bloody, though. >> more like what bobby did to lyndon johnson. yeah. >> bobby kennedy and lyndon johnson in 1968. right. >> the ted kennedy fight was not as much motivated by a feeling that carter was failing but a feeling that he's too centrist which is too hard to believe right now. i think there's a good chance of that happening. we both know, bill, that her sense of integrity and loyalty would preclude a candidacy. >> come on. cheap shots that you're taking at the woman. stop it! stop it! if she decides to challenge, she has to resign secretary of state and begin her fundraising when? >> oh, hillary could raise money in a heartbeat for this kind of race. she -- the issue is the filing date. she'd have to leave around march or april. >> march or april. >> but the purpose of this comment, it makes it legitimate for her to talk about the deficit or talk about the debt. if you're president obama, you want -- >> one of your cabinet members is out there. >> that's why
the viewers, 6:25, we haven't heard your take on jimmy carter trashing ted kennedy. i want wait to hear what you have to say. >> don't worry. we'll spend the last 2 1/2 hours on that. we haven't talked about christine mcdonald. >> o'donnell. >> it's been an exciting 25 minutes for our viewers. that's going to get me out of bed, a debate on tax and trade policy in the morning. >> good news is i caught a good power nap from the run yesterday. so now i'm well rested while you're talking taxes. let's go to patrick gavin with a look at the playbook. good to see you. >> good morning, willie. >> let's talk about president obama, what role he'll play in the midterm elections. some don't want him, some do. he's getting advice from fellow democrats on what he ought to be doing and saying this fall. >> his fate is very much tied into the candidate's fate and the democrat's fate this midterm election. my colleague interviewed 20 prominent democrats to give obama advice. some of the advice, real quickly, he has to stop sort of explaining all the bad economic numbers, stop saying that, in fact, the econom
of blame at the late senator ted kennedy. stay with us. you are "the situation room." announcer: naturals from delicious, real ingredients with no artificial flavors or preservatives. naturals from purina cat chow. share a better life. >>> let's go to jack. he has got "the cafferty file" right now. jack? >> most americans, wolf, think united states is stuck in a recession and they don't think this economy is going to improve any time soon. a new "usa today"/gallup poll he shows 82% of those surveyed say the economy is still in a recession. 54% expect things to be the same or worse in a year. that number is up sharply from 35% who felt that way a year ago. 45% say the economy will be better or fully recovered in a year. that number is down from 65% a year ago. the poll shows americans' negativity about the economy has grown, with republican, independents and democrats all sounding more pessimistic about the future of the economy than they did a year ago. and you don't have to look very far for the reasons either, although the economy has posted four consecutive quarters of growth, the grow
protection agency. >>> former fred jimmy carter has harsh words for the late senator ted kennedy. he tells "60 minutes" he blocked his own efforts at health care to deny him a major policy success. >> the fact is we would have had comprehensive health care now had it not been for ted kennedy's deliberately blocking the legislation i proposed in 197 or '79. >> you blame teddy for it failing? >> exactly. >> health care, his issue. >> exactly. it was his fault. ted kennedy killed the bill. >> that interview with president carter this sunday on "60 minutes." >>> a surgeon wounded in johns hopkins hospital in baltimore is expected to survive. ap 50-year-old man distraught over the treatment of his bed ritten mother shot that man and later killed his mother and herself in her hospital room. >>> from turkey, hair-raising video. a baby crawls on to a busy highway monday. he'd been sleeping with his mother apparently in the bushes. a truck driver finally alerted other drivers. incredibly that baby was not hurt. that mother is now being questioned. >>> now here's erica. >> jeff, thanks. >>> up next,
about this book regarding ted kennedy, the late massachusetts democrat, and carter's contention that kennedy would rather have nothing than have his own kennedy's health care plan go down. he didn't want jimmy carter's health care plan. i had this previously scheduled interview with the former president today. he's doing the media rounds. i obviously asked him about the book, but there was a question that always board me aboutthere photograph taken in the oval office. his answer, a lot of people will find illuminating and then some. here's the exchange. >> the last photo of you with your fellow former president, you were well off to the side on the right, and i thought to myself, there is a possible m metaph metaphor. what is it about you, you think, the way you've decided to conduct your life and post presidency. do you feel listened to? do you feel that you receive your due, or do you feel, in fact, apart from the crowd? >> no, i feel that my role as a former president is probably superior to that of other presidents, primarily because of the activism and the objection of work
. mondel who is impeccably a european. and ted kennedy impeccably northern european was a big believer of government and that's not my view but i don't see a lot of the difference in the way that president obama thinks and the way that walter mondel thinks so we don't have to bring kenyan into it, the lieu ab tribe into this. don't have to be a father who abandoned president obama and wrote a very elcant book about wrestling about his very unhappy feels into this, in order to say we're for liberty and they're very regulation. appeals to people of all races. >> so this is a dangerous nathyour opjoin know, that the republican party is taking right now. >> in the short term it's maybe a profitable path because the electorate that comes now the november, it will be older, whiter know that the country as a whole. >> okay. >> but there will be other elections in which more people take part and there's a long future and we want the republican party that can appeal to the future majority, not just the old majority. >> and 31% of republicans believe that president obama is muslim. these are --
the late senator ted kennedy. the president was interviewed by "60 minutes" about his upcoming book. he made this comment about his administration's failure to pass comprehensive health care reform. >> we could have had comprehensive health care now had it not been for ted kennedy deliberately blocking the legislation proposed in 1978 or '79. >> you blame teddy for the failure? >> yeah. >> health care, his issue. >> exactly. >> just to spite you? that's the implication? >> that's the implication. he did not want to see me have a major success in that realm of american life. >> senator kennedy was a leading ads vo cat for health care reform during his senate career. he died before the health care bill was signed into law in march. this sunday former president bill clinton and retired general colin powell will be david gregory's guests. if it's sunday, it's meet the press. >>> thofrauthorities are trying determine how many people were killed at the devastating natural gas explosion. and a coroner's office is examining remains found yesterday in one of three dozen homes that were destroyed
coverage already and would have had it decades ago were it not for the late senator ted kennedy who often was called the champion of health care. the two men were archrivals and carter indicates kennedy just didn't want the carter effort to be successful, and "killed the bill" those news accounts show congress was in no mood to be passing a spending bill. we'll have that interview with jimmy carter for you here monday night. >>> when the '60s were over and the files of that era were finally thrown open, we learned about all kinds of domestic surveillance, some illegal on americans who posed zero threat to our democracy or way of life. and it has apparently happened again. it's a sign of our times that the state of pennsylvania has its own office of homeland security, and the governor of pennsylvania is reacting with shock and anger that they have been found to be tracking legitimate protest groups that pose no danger to public safety. our justice correspondent pete williams is in philadelphia tonight. pete, good evening. >> reporter: brian, this has turned out to be a big embarrassment fo
our conversation today about ted kennedy, ronald reagan, his speed reading course and a white house showdown over mice in the oval office. we've put it on our website, nightly.nbc.com. >>> now we turn to the gulf of mexico where an awful episode has ended. bp this weekend said it has finally and permanently shut down the blownout oil well. the company announced today it's joining the consortium of the world's big oil companies to develop a rapid response plan for any future accidents, but the effects of this one are a long way of over. correspondent ann thompson, as you may know, has covered this story from the very start, is in new orleans tonight for us. anne, good evening. >> reporter: good evening. over the weekend, the 1,000 foot cement plug at the bottom of the well with stood a pressure test. with that, thad allen declared the well dead. it certainly is a significant milestone, but as you said, it is by no means the end to this crisis. five months after the explosion, there is still oil in the marshes of southeast louisiana. tar balls continue to wash up on some beaches. scie
, it killed senator ted kennedy. as a neurosurgeon i've seen these tumors. it remains one of the worst diagnoses a patient can get. but what if you could somehow use your own body's i'm huge system to fight this cancer? that's where we'reeaded. steve hall wasn't sure he would be there at his daughter erinerin's wedding. almost a year to the day he had been diagnose with the deadliest form of brain cancer. hall was 60 and he thought healthy. he had no idea he had a brain tumor until one saturday morning in august when he collapsed by the pool. >> all of a sudden i felt this jolt through my left leg and my left m. >> i just saw him collapse. >> there was a trip to the ergency room, and there was a brain scan >> i felt like our whole life was turned upside-down in a matter of two hours. you surgeon said, well, have a geoblastoma -fmulti-form stage iv cancer. disbelief, absolute fright, despair. >> reporter:all's been through radiation and he now takes chemotherapy pills rev i month. he now has somhing else going for him, a vaccine made from his tumor. neurosurgeon andrew parsa at the univ
a line from our friend ted kennedy, what is it about working men and women that they find so offensive [laughter] where we passed a bill earlier this summer to help states to save jobs, the jobs of hundreds of thousands of teachers and nurses and police officers and firefighters that were about to be laid off, they said no. [applause] and the republican who thinks he will take over as speaker [laughter] i am just saying that his opinion, he is entitled to his opinion. when he was asked about this, he dismissed those jobs as government jobs that were not worth saving. that is what he said. government jobs. think about this. these are the people who teach our children. these are the people who keep our streets safe. these are the people who put their lives on the line, who rushed into a burning building. government jobs? i don't know about you but i think those jobs are worth saving parian [applause] i think those jobs are worth saving. [applause] by the way, this bill we passed to save all those jobs, we make sure that bill would not add to the deficit. in a how we paid for it? by closi
off a 30-year-old vendetta to trash the late ted kennedy in a 60-minutes interview. with due respect, shouldn't jimmy carter just go away? >>> and we have confirmation now. that bizarre bearded interview that joaquin phoenix gave david letterman last year was part of an elaborate gag for a movie. the question is, should
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